Renowned wildlife photographer Paul Bannick is guest
The public is invited to attend a multimedia presentation about “Owls” by the international award-winning Northwest photographer Paul Bannick.
The free talk will be of interest to children and adults alike. Through images, video and sound, Bannick will give a glimpse at their normally hidden lives.
Bannick has won many awards and accolades for his work as a wildlife photographer. He mainly specializes in birds and their habitats.
Bannick has been interviewed widely, from NPR to NBC Nightly News, has been recognized by photographers and wildlife experts, and touring museum exhibitions have been made of his work.
His work has been featured in the New York Times, Sunset Magazine and in bird books by Smithsonian, Audubon, countless national and international publishers and in his first book, "The Owl and The Woodpecker."
The garden space at Brighton School was recently awarded Certified Wildlife Habitat status.
This talk is the first of a series related to local wildlife with the aim of increasing our community's awareness of native habitats and the creatures that contribute to their ecosystems.
Space is limited, so please RSVP at http://brightonpto.eventbrite.com.